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One man was killed and another seriously injured Tuesday afternoon in what state troopers believe was a chain reaction crash.
One suspect has been arrested and police are still seeking another in the reported shooting incident at a north Starkville apartment complex more than two weeks ago.
MABEN â€” AT&T is expanding its high-speed Internet services to more residents and businesses to the community, officials said Tuesday.
Residents of Mississippiâ€™s 3rd Congressional District will have the opportunity to attend a Saturday town hall meeting to meet the two men who are vying this November to represent them in the U.S.
The Starkville Public Library will present programs centered on Greg Mortensonâ€™s popular book â€śThree Cups of Teaâ€ť for teens, for youngsters in fourth through sixth grades and for preschool children fr
Mississippi State University will be the last of three stops for the state Court of Appeals as it convenes to hear oral arguments on colleges campuses this fall, officials said Tuesday.
What has been rumored for weeks was confirmed by Oktibbeha County supervisors Monday night: A tax increase is coming.
More than 500 volunteers will be out in force Wednesday, cleaning up Starkville in advance of the start of Mississippi State Universityâ€™s upcoming football season.
A young Starkville woman remains hospitalized from injuries suffered after the jeep she was driving crashed and overturned on Old West Point Road early Sunday evening.
More than 250 Mississippi State supporters are expected to take part in the 17th annual Bulldog Blast Weekend scheduled Sept.